Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts on 2006-07-09
July 9, 2006
Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
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disc 1 (set 1)
01. Shakedown Street ->
02. Cumberland Blues
03. This Wheel's On Fire
05. I Know You Rider
disc 1 (set 2):
01. Uncle John's Band ->
02. Jam ->
03. St. Stephen ->
04. Mama Tried
disc 3 (set 2 cont.)
01. Dark Star ->
02. High Time
03. Turn On Your Lovelight
04. Donor Rap/Intros
05. He's Gone
06. Touch of Grey
07. Box of Rain
2nd Set w/Trey Anastasio (no Barry)
Phil Lesh (bass, vocals)
Greg Osby (sax, alto)
Joan Osborne (lead vocals)
John Molo (drums)
Rob Barraco (keys)
Larry Campbell (guitar+)
Subject: Adding on to Pete's
I was in attendence last Sunday at Bethel.
I was impressed from the minute I arrived.
Parking was organized, quick, friendly etc...
The parking lot scene was really cool, alot of heads hanging out and wandering around socializing. Something must be said for the opening act as well- The Benvenento Russo Duo, along with Trey Anastasio, and Mike Gordon did a really nice job- as they did when i saw them at SPAC the week before.
Phil's show- WOW what energy ! I think there must have been some ghosts around Sunday night, and Phil was definitely feeling the woodstock vibes. The entire show is vibrant, very very jammin and trippy- I'd say its the best Phil and friends show I've seen- maybe a tie with the Beacon theater shows i saw this February.
This is a must download/ listen.
It's just one more unforgettable show for me that i will cherish for the years to come.
Subject: God's Country
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Subject: Historic concert
For the first time since the original Woodstock in 1969, a member from the Grateful Dead was playing the historic site. And his set list made it clear that Phil Lesh was well aware of that fact. Starting with the second song or the second set, Phil played the same setlist that his beloved Grateful Dead had played a few hundred yards north, and a long 37 years earlier. There were a few hurdles with the vocals, but hey, the set played there at the most historic festival of all time was plagued with problems.
The encore was a tribute to Jerry, being played eleven years to the hour after the Captain's final performance, and the final Grateful Dead show. He's Gone, into the first song of that long ago farewell show, Touch of Grey, into the final song the Grateful ever did under that name, Box of Rain.
This venue was only eight days old at the time of this show. Phil was only preceded by the New York Philharmonic and Ashlee Simpson by a week and a day respective. Some folks decried the building of this venue as a desecration of the historic land. But no. The original bowl where the original stage was built was left largely undisturbed. There is a minimum of fencing. The landscaping is beautiful. Sure there is a parking lot, but its not on the field. I'd venture to guess it was likely a parking lot back in 1969 too; they had to have parking SOMEWHERE!
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